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FAQ:  Porcelain Veneers

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Lumineers: I had 6 lumineers done about 3 years ago. Now the one Lumineer on my front tooth is turning darker.

What caused this? Can it be fixed? I have since changed dentists. Do I need to go back to the original dentist that put these on?

After 3 years - should the original dentist still be financially responsible for the lumineers? ... Visitor from PA

Since veneers have a degree of translucency that permits the underlying tooth color to show through.... the discoloration suggests an unusual event with that tooth.

Returning to the original dentist would be smart since he/she has the original treatment records.

Financial responsibility can be discussed with the dentist.

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